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India has set a new daily coronavirus death record and ranks second globally by the number of people infected after the USA (jhu.edu). The total number of coronavirus cases in Continue Reading
As American and NATO troops begin their formal withdrawal from Afghanistan, local interpreters and staff who worked for them fear for their lives. Last month, Britain signalled that it will Continue Reading
Over the past decade and a half, the number of social media users has been increasing day by day. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Skype, chat and IM are some of the Continue Reading
“Colourism is a seed that was planted by white supremacy and watered within our own communities” Lupita Nyongo Colourism is a facet of racism, which stems from negative stereotypes regarding Continue Reading
I arrived in London at the end of March. At that time, Britain was starting to recover from the peak of its Covid-19 crisis and spring had just begun. But Continue Reading
We are Kenyans Through and Through; Don’t Force Us Out. Refugees Plead as Kenya Gears to Close Camps
“I see myself as a Kenyan and Kakuma is my home” are the first words that come out of Shadrack Bazompora when asked about the looming closures of Kakuma and Continue Reading